The Good Enough Quilters met this week and I really enjoyed sharing my finishes. I usually am admiring everyone else's but thanks to my quilter I have three Christmas gifts ready to go.
My first share was the top for a baby quilt I made. I re-used a pattern I used before. I love the pattern and the bright colors in this one. I have to quilt it now and have it ready by January.
This is gift number one. It is a hundred wishes quilt with 100 different squares of fabric. I love the backing on this one too. And the quilting that Ruth did for me. She is a master.
Below is quilt number 2. I think I may have shared this before but not upright. And I'm just so thrilled to have it finished!
The companion quilt which is also another gift. Aren't these fabric colors wonderful?
We met at my house and everyone just had to admire the great apple quilt that Lynn had given me when I retired. Don't you love it!
Cindy was sharing and asking for advice. This is a wonderful and very colorful batik quilt she made but can't decide how to finish. Everyone had an opinion and we were pretty much in agreement on the choice. Can't wait to see it really finished.
Laura shared her baby quilt top. The six flowers are appliqued and the edge is ruffled. So cute and girly!
This was Laura's other share. It is a huge bed quilt and oh so pretty. We almost didn't have room to share it.
Lynn's finish was her daughter's graduation quilt. We all loved the colors in the quilt and even though you can't see it, the straight line quilting she used is perfect. Vanessa is one lucky girl!
I really enjoyed having things to share. Hope this puts me on a roll!